By George Mirabelli-Montan
Travelling friend at Travel Nation
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Japan is my all-time favourite destination so far, and that's no small claim. For me, Japan represents an irresistible blend of age-old tradition, temples, shrines and old-world geishas which somehow manages to coexist with the cutting edge; Tokyo's electronics district and super-fast Shinkansen bullet trains. Japan needs to be seen to be believed. If you're looking to explore somewhere rich in culture, yet big on comfort, Japan hits the spot - here are 16 things you'll find only in Japan...
Convenience is simple to achieve and it doesn’t need to equate to fast food. Japan has convenience in the bucket-loads, and it makes things really simple for tourists who don’t speak the language:
Efficiency is a concept I thoroughly approve of. I'll be honest - I do appreciate a bit of order. Japan is a haven of brilliant thinking and clever innovation:
The Japanese favour predictability so although there’s a level of etiquette to grasp. Once you understand what’s going on, it’s universally applied and easy to adhere to. Reap the benefits:
Faster than you realise, I know you’ll fall hook, line and sinker for the benefits of Japan – it’s such a beautiful country, with charming and friendly people. Here are a few more things that made me fall for Japan and the Japanese people:
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After finishing her Geography degree, George settled into a digital marketing role and never managed to take a gap year. That didn’t stop her pooling every available week of annual leave to visit the USA, Brazil, Mexico, Vietnam, Australia and Venezuela. She joined Travel Nation in 2011 as Digital Marketing Manager and has since added Japan, Malaysia, Thailand and Cambodia to her visited spots. When George isn't at work you can find her walking her dog and thinking up new ways to use her Travel Nation travel fund to visit any destination accessible from SFO where her American in-laws are based (Hawaii, anyone?)